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CMS-XML How to install an SSL certificate into the RLC 5.x/RLM 4.x/ALM 3.x JRE keystore for Serena Common Tomcat
When Tomcat needs to communicate with other systems via SSL, the JRE used by the Serena Common Tomcat will need to have the root certificate installed. If you do not know which JRE is being used by Serena Common Tomcat, you can follow these steps:
CMS-XML Include a certificate in the trusted keystore
For additional information on general certificate import for Serena Common Tomcat please see Chapter 7, Section: Importing Certificates into Serena Common Tomcat . What that section does not mention is the need to include a certificate in the trusted keystore when attempting to access this new functionality.
CMS-XML Upgrading 2008 R2 to 2009 R1 and the Keystores are lost during upgrade
The file that needs to be modified is the server.xml in drive:\ProgramFiles\Serena\BusinessMashups\Common\jboss405/server\default\deploy\jbossweb- tomcat 55.sar
CMS-XML KM-DIM2009R2: How to configure Tomcat to use SSL with a self-signed certificate
Create a new keystore containing a single self-signed Certificate by running the keytool program from <common tools directory>\jre\bin from the command line on the server: Windows: keytool -genkey -alias tomcat -keyalg RSA -keystore \path\to\my\keystore
CMS-XML KM-Dim10: java.io.FileNotFoundException:\.keystore (The system cannot find the file specified)
The Tomcat stdout.log files report:
CMS-XML Dim cm 14.x: Serena Sample certificates in sample-ssl.jks keystore will expire the 9th November 2019
a_ stop Dimensions listener b_ stop tomcat service c_ replace the current file sample-ssl.jks by the new one attached here
CMS-XML VM: How to use a pre-generated SSL certificate that includes the private key with Tomcat in the PVCS Version Manager Web Application Server
The typical process to obtain an SSL certificate consists of generating a private key on the server, sending a signing request to a Certificate Authority, and apply its signature to the certificate (see KB S143068 ). However, if you are provided with a keystore containing a pre-generated SSL certificate that includes the private key , use the instructions below to import that into PVCS Version Manager's Tomcat instance.
CMS-XML Alias value doesn't show in configurator for Tomcat Server.
If you run the keytool command to list the certs in the following keystore you can see what alias should be used C:\Program Files\Serena\SBM\Common\Tomcat 7.0\server\default\conf\serena.keystore If you edit the following file and look at the alias for the ssl connectors you can manually change the alias to point to your certificate.
CMS-XML KM-Dim9: How to enable SSL on Tomcat
2. create the CA directory to store the keystore file. Here’s my location:
CMS-XML VM 8.6+: Using certtool to generate a unique SSL certificate for the PVCS VM Web Application Server (Tomcat)
To create a unique certificate for the default keystore , you can execute the following certtool commands. Note that certtool needs to update files in the VM installation directory, so it needs to be executed by a user with sufficient privileges. On Windows, run certtool from a Command Prompt (CMD.EXE) that was launched using right-click | Run as administrator.
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